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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1918.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
PETEKS TRUST CO.,
Specialist In Apartment management.
f-ROOM apartment. aTP Stebblns,
FOR RENT Business. Property
FIXE new store room an dbasement at
27th and Leavenworth Sis. ; steam heat;
for particulars see Conrad Young. 121
BKandels Theater Bids. Doug. 1571.
6 TORE North ltilh St.. near P O low
rent G P Stebbins. 1610 Chicago
Dffice and Desk Room
WILL RENT to responsible party suit (!
office rooms, two private offices and e
ception room, beautifully carpeted, ma
hogany roll top desks and furniture 'sad
fur occupancy Apply 1424 First Nation
hi Hank liuildlng. Thone Tyler
T I ! K "B EE-B i. D G6 f flees for-hlKh class
t'liants who want the best. Keystone
Investment Co Tyler 131.
WANTED TO RENT.
Furnished Apartments and Houses
VAX'i'KllGood boarding place for two
'.iris of 10 and 13 years. Box 145S, Bee.
f i iiNl5HTD-aartment In bost locality. W.
I.eVey and wife,' Hotel Fontenelle.
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses
WANTED TO RENT Modern house, about
5 rooms, on 1st floor. To be occupied
August 12 Box Y-633; OmahaBee,
MOVING AND STORAGE.
16TH AND JACKSON DOUQ 288.
STORAGE, MOVING. PACKINO.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
METROPOLITAN VAN & 6TORACE
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard 8t.. between
15th and 16tb. Phone Tyler 1400. Have
your moving handled lust as you would
an order for new furniture. That's tLe way
we do It Ask to see our dally rental Mats
Separate locked rooms for household
foods and pianos: moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
t0 8. 16th, Douglaa 4161.
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans: careful men. Fur
niture pack., storage 1417 Chit-ago D 835
Jp DtPTpri Express Co., Moving
. Kj. SXEjCjLJ Packing and Storage
1J07 Farnam 8t. Web. 2748; Douglaa 6146
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tvler 33nw-J3ojujlsj3j
NEAR KOUNTZE PARK
$500 Down $40 Per Month
1 rooms, strictly modern, full two-story
bouse, 4 rooms on first floor, finished In
oak woodwork and oak floors, 3 bed
rooms and open sleeping porch on second;
full cement basement, furnace heat; large
lot, paved street paving paid; price $4 250.
One can buy this beautiful home at about
the same as rent,
Payne Investment Co.,
1ST Omaha Nat Bank Bldg
Hanscom Park District.
(-room stucco horns south of Hanscom
Park, ft block to car line. Oak finish
throughout, tiled bath, furnace heat, full
brick basement, house In beautiful shape
and a decided bargain at 33,500. Now
vacant, Immediate possession. If inter
J. L. HIATT CO.,
900 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tylr 63.
A REAL BARGAIN
S rooms all modern, oak finish tn living
and dining rooms, dining room paneled,
oak floors in all rooms, full cement base
ment, large attic, nice bath room. Only
one year old, in goad location, near car
and school, many new homes in this vi
cinity. A bargain at 33,300. Can ar
range terms. F. D. Wend, 310 South 18th
St., Tyler 151.
Four large rooms: two full size lots;
well locatd; built, before the high prices;
v.-ill sacrifice for $1,900: $100 cash re
quired; balanc easy monthly payments.
5-room modern house, near car line,
on paved street, nlco location, close to
school. Just the place for a nice small
home. Only $2, BOO, on easy terms. F. D.
Wead, 310 South 18th St., Tyler 151,
DUNDEE DISTRICT '
6-room modern, oak finish down, birch
finish up, very nicely decorated. House
nearly new, east front, a very nice place.
Owner going away. Price, $5,250. F. D.
Wead, 310 South 18th St., Tyler 1T.1.
2024-40 NORTH 6MTIL
New bungalows, 4-r. and bath with 1-3
acre. mod. except furnace. Full cement
basement. Cement walks to car. $100
cash, $25 per mo.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
TAVO frame houses of 7 rooms and bath;
strictly modern; paved street; located
Just west of high school. Price $4,000
Would consider cottage In exchange.
Rasp Bros.. 210 Keellne. Tyler 721.
f 1,800 BUYS a 7-room, party modern house;
large cement basement: barn for garage;
well and cistern. 4411 Davenport St. Call
Seven-room modern house tn Cathedral
dlatrict, very desirable; price and terms
right. Call owner, Webster 1819.
LOT with all Improvements; on paved
street; good district; $395 to $495: $5
down; 16 per month. Doug. 6074.
MODERN; 9 rooms; hot water heat; paved
atreet; near Cralghton univerglty; 13.500.
O. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
NEW up-to-date T rooms, oak finish, targe
lot, fine location; price $6,250; terms. 6137
N. 34th Bt. Norrls & Norrla. D. 4270
MINNIB LUSA homes and lota offer 'he
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tyler 187
25th AND M ANDERSON,
(room, all modern cottage, large lot,
hade and fruit trees, cement walks and
paved street payed for. Only $2,800 ou
P. 3. TEBBENS CO.,
608 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. P. 2182.
' MILLER PARK
I rooms, all modern, close to car and
Miller park, very good location, has gar
age. $3,600, cash or terms. F. D. Wead,
310 South 18th St.. Tyler 151.
8-ROOM cottage, partly modern, near 44th
and Lake, $2,300 $500 cash, balance like
rent Also small cottage near 20th and
Vinton Will trade. A. McClellan. 3210
S 23d Douglas 7289.
S-ROOM house and hall, with acre of
ground, gaa. electsjic light, full basement,
furnace, fruit, shrubbery, barn, chicken
house or will trade for farm In eastern
Nebraska Box 6195, Bee.
IF you are going to buy a home, see this
first; a fine five-room house; electilc
lights, gaa and water Price $2,000 8e
owner st 3:un Mandrmin
o-I.OO.M hnwsi for sale in Clifton Hill ad
ditlon. Phnn Walnut 425.
. E room modern bungalow near TSark,
extra large lot, good location, close to
car. Price $3,200. Can arrange terms. F.
D. Wead, 310 South 18th Sv Tyler 151.
l-ROOM MODERN PRESSED BRICK
HOUSE FOR ONLY $4,500.
In good order, oak finish, fireplace
large porches, shade trees, lot 60x124.
garage, paving paid, near nice park.
Owner leaving city.
W. H. GATES.
147 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1294.
4-ROOM cottage, twu blocks from car, full
lot, $2,000 Terms. $300 csshjbalanc $20
BENSON & CARM1CHAEL. .
$41 Paxton Block.
JOE quick aale or rent of your property call
. J. DAVIS CO., Doug. 7110.'' 120 a 13tb
' It, Ileal Estate' and Imuran ca,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
WE SKLL, rent. Insure and make loans on
city property, north
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO..
54th and Ames Ave Col. $11
lOlt RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES. COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER Jl SIIOTWELL.
!0 S. 17;h St. Douglas 6013;
W FARNAM SMITH & CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1 3"0 Farnam St Douglas 1044
MODERN. 7 rooms hot water-heat; double
garage; paved street; bargain. O. I.
SteSMns 1610 Chicago.
y i wkap ski.i.s rV.ai. ksVatr
REAL ESTATE Business Property.
BIG BARGAIN IN SO. OMAHA
The brick store building at No. 260S
"N" St.. being the west 25 feet of the 3
story building: south front, taxes all paid
Rents for $558 per year. Price $2,600.
BENSON & MYERS CO..
424 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 746
WE WILL buy your horniTor business prop
erty and pay cash.
H. A. WOLFE CO..
Electric Ridg Tyler 81
TiUSlNESS property and Investments
A P TUKET & SON.
2l) First National Bank Bids.
M'CAGUR INVESTMENT CO.
Income, Business and Trackage Specialists.
15th and Pndne Sis r-nnglas 416
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
98x100, Improved with two exceptional
ly well built brick flats and modern resi
dence. This is first time property offered
at this price. This is real value and
should be tnvosMeated.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 919-20 City National.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES.
ONE smaller lot upon which to build a
home; can exchange for seven-passenger
Davit auto. Call South 2106.
400-A. Holt Co. farm, good soil, fair impvs.,
$50 per a. Would consider good house 1st
pmt. Mr. Pease. 211 Brandels Thea Bldg.
FOR sale or trade, 2 modern homes; ex
change for land; Inquire 1711 Dodge St.
(the landlady) Douglas 8847
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
FOR 8 ALE J Iota, Just south of Elmwood
Park In Overlook addition. Owner leaving
City. Will sell cheap for cash. Address
Boi T 1188. Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
VERY EASY TERMS.
. ONE ACRE SMALL
2-room house, lays fine, south slope,
chicken shed, coal Bhed. All crops go
with place. Some fruit. Terms.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 HARNEY ST. PHONE TYLER 50.
A BARGAIN IN DUNDEE
FOR SALE Two-story, eight-room mod
ern house; large finished attic, sleeping
porch, oak floors down stairs, large base
ment and laundry room, good furnace,
nice grounds and shade trees. One-half
block from car line. Easy terms. Call
owner, Walnut 2343.
DUNDEE HOME $300 down for a strictly
modern, brand new, 6-room bungalow.
Liberty bonds or W. S. stamps same as
cash. Douglas 3840 or Colfax 4193. owner.
FOR property in Dundee, Happy Hollow
and Falracres call GEORGE AND COM
PANY, 902-12 City Nat. Bk. Doug. 756.
DUNDEE 2-story frame, 7 rooms, modern
home at a bargain price. C. A. Grlm
mcl. Phone D. 1615.
Two beautiful lots south of Elmwood
Park In Overland addition, full size tota
60x150. Will take Liberty bonds as pay
ment. Owner going to camp, must sell.
Act quick. Address Box Y 636, Omaha
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WANTED RANCH OR FARM
Press brick business block and residence
property; also $30,000 worth mortage pa
per. S S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 City Nat'l Bank Bldg
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE WANTED
It you have a substantial, modern (furnace
uot Important), five-room home tn good
neighborhood and on through car line that
you will sell on payments with about $200
to $500 cash payment telephone South
1539 and give price and location at once.
Must be clear and all on one floor, and
worth around $2,1100. Distance not Impor
tant if cood location and near through car
lino. 3iil0 S. 2Sth street
HAVE eu.'.iomer for 4 or 5-rouin mod. or
nearly mud. cottage, north side: must be
nlco; not over $2,800. $100 cash, balance
monthly. Call Mr. Browne Tyler 1672.
INTER-STATE K E A LTYfO..
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
Cl Serving Investors for U0 years without
O a loss, is our record In handling first
motgages on productive farms.
CJ We net our Investors 6 per cent semi
O annual interest. Amounts $500 and
C' KI.OKE INVUST.MK.vr UU ,
O 845 Omaha Nut. Bank Bldg., Omaha.
HAVE tbat Installment loan or your home
changed to a straight five-year loan and
relieve yourself of that monthly burden
E H Lougee, Inc., 638 Keellne Bldg.
5y2 HARRISON MORTON. 5i2
919 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
LOANS (IN (-TTV PROPERTY
VV. H. Thomas & Son. Keelme Bldg.
Money on hand for mortgage loans
City National Bank Bldg
QUICK ACTION ON LANDS
W T GRAHAM,
604 Bee Bldg Douglas 1531.
FARM LOANS C 1 07
'O pitti. PETPnsnN' OyOO
364 BRANDEIS THEATER BL1X1.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB FARM8
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg Doug. 2716
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6. 54 and 6 Per Cent
J H DUMONT CO . Keellne Bldg
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly F D
Wead, Wead Bldg , 18th and Farnam Bts
SHOPEN A COMPANY Douglas 4228
Storks and Bonds
MAKE YOUR MONEY PRODUCE. Live
stock In a growing company paying cash
dividend 1 per cent per month on par.
Box 5208 Bee
THERE Is no better Investment than a high
grade first mortgage bearing 6 per cent
Interest and secured by an Omaha resi
dence E H Lougee. Inc.. 638-40 Kee
C. O Cariuerg, 312 Brandels
Thenter Bldg Dong 586
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next eicurslon to McGehe. Ark
W 8 FRANK il NEVILLE BLK
A good 480 tract near Akron, Washing
ton county. A good buy at price asked.
Clauson Bros., Klron, la.
FOR Sale or Trade 306 acres of farm land;
180 acres broke up. For particulars
write to c. A. Pearson, Winston, ogan
Maryland watet front farm. Mild climate.
Cat'g'e. Russell Realty Co Baltimore. Md.
GREAT BARGAINS $5 down. $5 monthly
buya 40 acres ; good fruit and poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri; price
only $220. Address Bos 282-C, Spring
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
TODAY'S LAND MENU.
CORN AND ALFALFA FARMS.
MERRICK COUNTY STYLE.
160 acres located 4 miles from a good
t.iwn on the main line of Union Pacific
R. K, good level road to town, 40 rods
to school, Ito miles to a small station;
land lies level but well drained, soil
good black loam, very productive; the
cum on this farm will prove this fact;
35 acres in pasture with small stream
of running water; 10 acres of meadow,
balance under plow; bran new 4-room
house, well sheltered by plenty of nice
trees: good s'able for sis horses and a
few other outbuildings, two wells with the
very best of pure water at a depth of
20 feet; price $123 per acre, on good terms.
No. 2. 160 acres, 6 miles from Central
City, all good black loam soil; lies per
fect, not a foot of waste, all fine al
falfa land, all under plow except i acres
in pasture; price, for a short time, $110
per acre; about one-half cash, balance
good terms. This place has a small set
No. 1. 160 acres i miles from Central
City, one-half mile to a good school, all
good black loam soil, lies perfect, not
a toot of waste: fine alfalfa land, all un
der plow except 10 acres In pasture; a
fair set of improvements, not In the best
of repair; price $135 per acre, about one
half cash, balance terms. . Will consider
a good clear residence In Omaha or Lin
coln as part payment.
No. 4. 1C0 acres In Holt County, C miles
from O'Neill; this farm lies level, good
black sandy loam soil; will produce any
crop grown in Nebraska; 20 acres under
plow, balance hay land which can all be
broken and profitably farmed; price, for a
short time, $45 per acre, about one-half
cash, balance good terms. Don't lei a smalt
Job at- home prevent you from Inspecting
these fa-ms at onco. M. A. LARSON, Cen
tral City. Nebraska.
CHEYENNE COUNTY. NEBRASKA,
Fine H sec. Imp. farm near Lodgepole.
Can give possession March 1, 1919.
H sec. 4H miles from Lodgepole; all
broke out and fenced, ready for fall
wheat; land lays perfect.
160 acres with 100 acres broke out,
ready for fall wheat; H crop goes with
land delivered to market. Land level as
a floor; 7ty miles from town.
Fine improved quarter, 110 acres under
cultivation; fenced and cross fenced. Pos
session March 1, 1919. One-third this
year's crops goes with land if sold soon.
Write C. L. Tate,, 659 Omaha Nat'l Bank,
6 40-ACRE RANCH
640-acre Improved ranch Cherry county,
Neb., 120 acres In cultivation; 4-room
sod house, 30x36; frame barn with steel
roof, 26x64; corn cribs, etc; cave, windmill
with cement tank; trees near buildings
and grove In northwest corner of land; the
finest ranch In southeast Cherry county.
Last owner lived here 11 yeara and made
money. Price $10 per acre; tt cash; bal
ance long time. Mtgm consider Omaha
residence as psrt pavment.
WHITE & HOOVER,
454 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
l,360.acre rach. Garfield county; well
grassed; cuts 400 tons valley hay; 30
acres in corn; 15 miles from Burwell, on
level road; house, barns, milk house
granary, sheds, wells, fenced and cross
fenced; now running 100 head of cattle
and some horses; price $13 per acre H
cash; possession can be given buyer who
also purchases stock and machinery, oth
erwise possession given March 1, 1919.
WHITE & HOOVER,
464 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
If your farm is for sale and your price
Is right, where you have good goods for
the money, list with me. I have all
kinds of customers for all kinds of farms,
but the value must be there; within less
Jhan 60 miles of Omaha preferred, any
size, from 10 acres to 1,000 or up. LET'S
ORIN 8. MERRILL COMPANY.
City National Bank Bldg.
WRITE me for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches tn god old Dawes
county. Arah L. Hungerford, Crawford.
FOR SALE Best large body, high grade,
medium priced land In Nebraska. Very
Ilttlo money required. C. Bradley. Wol
WK specialize in the sale of Nebraska
ranches, large and small. White & Hoov
er, 454 Omaha Natl Bk. Bldlg.
MERRICK COUNTY improved corn and
alfalfa farms at the right price. M. A.
LARSON, Central City, Neb.
160 ACRES Improved, close In, paved road.
Nllson. 42J Securities Bldg.
IMPROVED farms In a section that has
never had a drought. Always Iota of rain
fall. Small cash payment: ten years for
tho, balance. Write W. H. Jones. Immi
gration Agent, Texas, Oklahoma East
ern Railroad Co., Broken Bow. Okl.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. $50 per a.,
Including paid up water rights Henry
Levi & C. M. Rylander. 854 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM LAND WANTED.
WANTED By married man 31 years of age
to rent a farm where landlord is willing
to furnish horses and machinery, also
to leave a few milk cows and brood sows
on farm. Well experienced In farming
and stock raising and can give A No. 1
references. Will take one-third the crop,
the same Increase In stock. Charles L.
Lane. Clarks, Neb.
Don't list lour farm with ua If you
want to ''eep It.
E. P SNOWDEN ft SON,
61(1 Eleetr Bldg Douglas 9"t
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
15 APRIL and May chicks for sale. Call
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
FEEDING and breeding ewes for ssle.
J E. Patterson. Sanders. Mont
A GOOD 5-year-old black horse. For sale t
. the Independent Bakery Co., 1419 North
24th St. Webster 6268
FOR SALE A good milk cow. 3801 Boyd
ONE pair of S-year-old mules tor sale.
Wm Pamn Benson. Neb.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as secunlr
$40. 6 mo.. H goods, total. $3 50
Emaller. larger am'ts proportionate rate
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
432 Securities Bldg . 16th ft Farnam Ty 66
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND lEWELRf
1 CJ SMALLER LOANS OCf
1 10 w C. FLATAII F.ST 189J " 0
6TH FLR. SECURITINES BLDG TY 950
Lowest rates. Private loan booths Harry
Maleshnrk. 1614 Dodge D S619 Est 1891
DIAMONDS AND .TFWFT.R LOANS
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
O. E. Haney and wife to Alonzo Buck
ley, 24th St., 250 ft. so. of O St.,
west side 160x150 $o,S00
Ellery R. Hume and wife to Albert
S. Miller, so. w. cor. 40th and Ne
braska ave., 120x275 800
Margaret Boyer to John Gredys, 27th
St., 60 ft. so. of H St. east side. 30x
Rebecca Stewart and husband to John
Gredys, so. . cor. 27th and H sts.
Rosella Rose Buckles and husband to
Guy B. Robblns. 27th ave., 216 ft.
north of Sahler St., east aide 40x
Charles P. Traver end wife to Benja
min C. Raymond, so. w. cor. 24th
and Blondo sts., 63x120, und. V4 . . 1
Barker Co. to Neva N. Dumont, so.
cnr. 31st ave. and Myrtle ave.. 48x
William H. Russell and wife to Charles
Glas, Ames Ave., 43. .1 w. of lOtn
St., south side, 50.6x127 150
Security Land & Improvement Co. to
cnaries w. Knight and wife, New
port ave. 127.6 ft. a. of 0th St.,
south side, 42x120 4,500
Anna Shlaea and husband to Sam
Frelden, 32d at., 150 ft. ao. of Pop
pleton ave., e. side, 100x140. 1
Henry W, Wendland and wifi to Mtsy
Pulver. no. w. cor. 46th and Malmi
sts., 60x125 i 600
Arthur C. Jewell and wife to Anna
Sweeney, 23d st. 40 ft. no. of
I st, w. side. 40x160 2 500
Josephine McGucktn and husband to
John Hanak, Wright at., 260 ft e.
of 40th St., no. side, 60x120 800
Wm. W. Doten and wife to Prlca Ter
rell, Ohio st, (0 ft a. of 26th at, no.
Ida 80x70 1,40
Christine Lang to Hermtne F. Muller,
Canter it, 47 H ft a. of tSU ave.
ao. aide, 47.6x180 (0
Patrick J. Hyland to Joseph IU1
OMAHA UVE STOCK
Cattle Market Fifteen t: Twen
ty-Five Cents Lower: Hogs
Slump Same Amount;
Sheep Are Steady.
Omaha, Aug. (. 1918.
Receipts were: Cattle, tors Sheep
Official Monday 19,190 6.31 8.233
Estimate Tuesday. .. .12,000 10.300 10.000
Two days this week. .31.190 16.613 18,233
Same days last week. .11.866 12.434 S1.981
Same days t wks. ago. 17.957 19,583 20.972
Same days 3 wks sgo. 15.9.9 26.370 16.365
Same days year ago.. 12.872 14.S76 24.855
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards. Omaha, Neb., for
14 hours ending at 3 o clock p, tn.. Tuesday,
CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Cattle Hogs Sheep H'r's.
C, M. ft St P 1
Missouri Pacific 4
Union Pacific 73 S3 37
C. & N. W., east... 6 9
I". N. W west,. 89 58 J
I'., St P., M. & O. . 12 7
I'., B ft Q., east... 8 ... 1
I"., B. & Q., west.. 226 28 1
P, R. I. ft P.. ea.it. IS 11 2
C R. I. ft P.. west 3 ... 1
Chicago tit. West.. 4 3
Total receipts ...444 160 43 l
Cattle Hogs Sheep
Morris ft Co 1,108 1.974 736
Swift ft Co 2,131 1.978 1.52
Cudahy Packing Co.. 1,797 2,227 2.14
Armour ft Co 1.785 2,284 1,657
Schwarti ft Co 246 ....
J. W. Murphy 2,508
Lincoln Packing Co.. 19 .... ....
S. O. Packing Co.... 17
Wilson Packing Co.. 86
W. B. Vansant Co 29
Benton, Vansant A L. 61 .... ....
F. B. Lewis 294
J. B. Root ft Co 276
J. H. Bulla 38
Rosenstock Bros 293 .... ....
F. G. Kellogg 129
Wertheimer ft Degen. S04 ....
H. F. Hamilton 74 .... ....
Sullivan Bros 95
Rothschild ft Krebs,. 60
M. ft K. Calf Co 4
Huffman 22 .... ,,,,
Glassberg 22 .... ....
Baker, Jones ft. Smith 22 .... ....
Banner Bros. , 27 ,,,,
John Harvey 794 .... ....
Dennis A Francis 67 .... ....
Jensen ft Lungren.,.. 47 .... ,,,,
Pat O'Dea 18
Other buyers J.813 .... 8,662
Totals 13,989 11,817 11,771
Cattle Receipts were, heavy again, esti
mated early at 12,000 head, or 81,190 head
for the two days. Very little business wss
done by mid-forenoon and prospects were
that trading would be on a basis of 1525c
lower than last week. Desirable cornfed
beeves were very scarce and about steady,
ranging anywhere from $15.0018.00. Bulk
of the butcher stock was selling from $7.60
9.00 and quotably 25c lower than yester
day. Stockers were very much demoralized,
prices ranging anywhere from $6.60ffl)9.60.
Quotations on Cattle: Choice to prime
oeeves, i i.Yo up is.o; good to choice beeves,
$17.00 17.76; fair to good beeves, $15.00
17.00; common to fair beeves. $11. 0014. 76:
good to choice yearlings, $18.6017.60; fair
to good yearlings, $12.7615.75; common to
fair yearlings, $7.7611 00; good to choice
grass beeves, $15. 50(917.00: fair to good
grass beeves, $13.60(916.00; common to fair
grass beeves. $9.00(912.60: good to choice
heifers, $9 26J! 11.50; good to choice cows,
$S.5010.50; fair to good cows. $8. 008.50:
common to fair cows, $6.607.60; prime
feeders, $12.25013 00: good to choice feed
ers, $10.50ig12.00; fair to good feeders, $8.60
10 60; common to fair feeders, $6.50 8.50;
good to choice stockers, $9.00011.60; stock
heifers, $7.5008.25; stock cows, $6.608.00;
veal calves, $9 0013.60; bulls, stags, etc..
Hogs There was a fairly liberal run of
hogs today, compared with recent receipts,
145 loads, estimated at 10.300 bead. Shippers
did not have so many orders this morning,
and were a little more discriminating in
their choice of loads, while a few sales
early were reported steady, they lowered
their bids, reductions of 15ifT25o being re
ported in some cases. Packers were bearish
this morning and purchased their loads
fully 10 15c lower. The market was a
very uneven affair mostly 1016o lower,
with a few late sales considered 20 iff 25c
lower, closing weak. Bulk is $18.10018.40;
Sheep 3 loads of sheep wera reported
In todav. estimated at 10.000 head The
market was a little slow In getting under
way. While no early sales were made, sen
timent seemed to be that fat lambs would
at least be steady and perhaps stronger.
Prospects were not so bright for feeders.
Aged stuff was about steady. Briefly the
general market might be described steady
on fat lambs, weak on feeders and steady
Quotations on Sheep: Lambs, good to
choice. $16.60017.35; lambs, fair to good,
$14.0016 60; lamb feeders. $15.25 17.26 ;
yearlings, good to cnoice,
..rii,.-. fnir to cood. $ 1 2. 7 5 & 1 3.00 ; yisiT-
ling feeders, $10.76 13.0 ; ewes, good to
choice, $11,003)13.00; ewes, ian s"
Sioux City live Stock.
i -u,, Tn An it Cottle Receipts
2,400 head; 'market steady to weak; beef
steers 8 75lii.00; lat cows arm heui,
$8 7Ditfl0.76; fanners, $6.607.70 ; stockers
and feeders, $S.7 6 1 3.00 ; feeding cows and
hctferx. $7.75 S.75.
HogsReccils, 8,000 head: market
steady to strong; light, $1.860019.10;
mixed. $18. 40rti 18.60; heavy. $18.001. 840;
bulk. $18.00j 19.00.
Sheep and Lambs Not quoted.
4 . 1. Tl. Snk
HI. UUtfMl VJ'"'
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 6. Cattle Re
roit i r,no head: market lower; steers,
$9.0018.00; cows and heifers, $6.60 15 00
, 1 1 r.n
Hogs Receipts, 7,000 head; market low
er- top, $19.50; bulk, is.iun.".
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
market steady; lambs. $13.6017.25; ewes,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Capitol ave., 82 ft. w. of 26th St., uo.
-i. nrwiu 2,000
James' M. Fitzgerald, referee, to Anna
ionroy, xoia "i-, .,
t . w M.. 49x130 8 800
Howard W. Peck and wife to Enevold
T .f OR ft. W. Of
cnovuiueeii, - --
A1A - n aMa 4DT160 717
GRADING NOTICE TO FREEHOLDERS,
t xtii,. t.h. i. n Wadsworth and heirs,
F. J. Flztgeraid, Amanda Kline. Sophia
Hildlng, Samuel Bowley, Wm. A. Rymer,
wm KtAimiev. Mary J. Irons, Harvsy
M.tth.iv. Amelia Schmlth. Llllle Corter,
Sylvester vf. Clancy, Mamie Clark, Emma
s. Hartlett. S. O. Coolidge, Margaret
Anderson. Axel H.
Wlckenberg. Mamie B. Opegez, Erlo Carl
.f,n .Tohn Hue. F. J. Wolff. L. Silverman
and hejrs. , .
v h.rhv nntirlnd that the under
signed, members of the City Council of the
City of Omaha, have been duly appointed
to assess the damages to the owners re
spectively of the property affected by grad
ing Maple street from 36th street to 46th
trer declared necessary by Ordinance
Vn,i ira further nnllfted that having 80'
cepted said appointment, and duly qualified
oa renulred hv law. we will on th 6th day
of September, A. D 1918. at the hour of
9 o'clock In the forenoon at council cam
ber. City Hall Baildlng. within the corpor-
ate limits of said city, meet for the purpose
of considering and making the assessment
rlnmnees to the owners respectively of all
property affected by said grading, taking
into consideration special benefits," If any,
hv reason of said grading.
The property belonging to you. and which
mav bo affected by said grading, being situ
ated in said City of Omaha, in the County
of Douglas, and State of Nebraska, Is de
scribed as follows, to Wit:
Lots 4 and 5 block 16, lot 4 block 17, lots
3 and 4 block IS, lots 1 and 2 block 18, lot
6 block 16, lot 1 block 17. all In Hitchcock's
first addition. Lot 1 block , lots 3 and
4 block 9. lot 3 block 8 and lots 11 and 12
block 1, all In Crelghton Heights. Lot 23
block 14, lot 12 block 16, lot 25 block 13,
lets 15 and 18 block 15. lots 11 and 13 block
12, lot 15 block 14, lot 13 block 14, lot 18
block 13. lot 19 block 18. lot 16 block 14.
lot 22 block 14, lots ( and 10 block 16, lot
11 block 15 and lots 14, 15 and 10 BlocK it.
alt In Lincoln Heights..
You are notified to be present at the time
and place aforesaid, and .make any claim
for damages or objections to or statements
concerning said assessment of damages as
you may consider proper.
, By . TO WL,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Wheat Prices Unchanged; Cash
Corn Three to Ten Cents Up ;
Oats Figures Are Oie
Omaha, Aug. I. Receipts of grain were
10$ cars of wheat, 61 cars of corn 117 cars
of oats, 1 car of rye and 1 car of barley.
Corn prlcea for the good grades ranged
from S to (o higher and off grades showed
an advance. In some Instances as much as
10c. Oats figures were about unrhanged.
Wheat prices wera about steady with trad
ing rather slow up to a late hour. The
hlah of 82.19 waa brought on No. l hard.
or the aame aa yesterday.
Corn No. $ white: 8 cars. $1.88. No. 4
whits: 1 car 11.85. No. 6 white: 1 car,
$1.(8; 1 car 81.80. Sample white: 1 car,
$1.63. No. 3 yellow: 1 car, $l.Tv; 1 car,
$1.77. No. t yellow: 3 cars, $1.75. No. 4
yellow: 1 car, $1.72; 8 cars, $1.70; 1 car.
$1.69: U car, sj.st. rso. yetiow: i cars.
$1.67; 1 car. $1.(6; 1 car, $1.65. No. 6
yellow: 1 car $1.63. Sample yellow: 2
cars, $1.66: H car $1.50. No. 8 mixed:
1 car. $1.65. No. t mixed, 1 car, l.3.
No. ( mixed: 1 car, $1.60. Sample mixed:
3 cars. $1.63; I cars, 31.60; 1 car, $1.61;
1 car, $1.47.
Oats Standard: 8 cars, ns V . No. 3
white: 11 cars, 8o; 1 car, 68o: shippers'
weights. No. 4 whits: 1 car, 67 He; sample
white: 1 car, 67c.
Barley No. 1: I ear, $1.07.
Wheat No. 1 hard: 3 cars, 2.19; 1 car.
82.13S; 8 cars, $3.13. No. 3 hard: 1 car,
$2.16; 1 car, $3.12. No. 3 hard: 1 car. $3.12;
2 cars. $3.11. No. 4 hard: 1 car $2.09. No.
1 spring: 8 cars, 2.m: l car, $3.16,.
No. 1 mixed: 1 car, $2.15.
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts (cars) Wk. Ago. L. Yr.
Wheat 108 6
Corn 65 71
Oats 17 49
Barley i 8
Wheat ? 8
Corn 4 96
Oats 0 31
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 1344 221 684
Kansas City 429 30 16
Receipts (bu.) Today. Year Ago
Wheat 2,584,000 1,003,000
Corn 626,000 638,000
Oats 1 690,000 729,000
Wheat 1,904,000 755,000
Corn 274.000 361,000
Oats 844,000 491 000
UNITED STATES CLEARINGS.
Today Year Ago
Wheat 76,000 265,000
Corn 2.000 76 000
Oat 136,000 11,000
Art. Open. High. Low. Close. Yest.
Corn, i I
Aug. 1 60 1 tl 158 1 68H 159
Sep. 1 (4 1 66 1614 1 62(4 163
Oct 1 64 1 6H 161H 1 63H 163
Aug. 64 694 68U 68H 68
Sep. 69 69 4 68 4, 68 68
Oct 69 70H 69 69 H 69
Sep. 44 8$ 45 10 44 70 44 70 44 86
Sept 28 70 26 78 26 70 26 70 26 70
Oct. 26 67 26 72 26 70 26 70 26 87
Sept. 14 87 14 91 24 77 14 77 24 87
Oct 24 90 25 02 24 90 24 92 24 80
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Corn Advance Halts as Large nouses Switch
to Selling Side of Market.
Chicago. Aug. 6. Belief that the bullish
effects of the hot wave have been suffi
ciently discounted for the time being had
a restraining Influence In the corn market
today. New advances In prlca took place,
but were not held. The close was unsettled,
lKc lowsr to He gain, with September
81.61 to 81.63 and October $1.63.
Oats finished o off to Uc up, and pro
visions varying from 15c decline to a rise
Not only did the buying of corn lack
urgency, but It was plain that many large
commission houses had switched to the
selling side of the market. The principal
demand cams from shorts, and baa the
upturns In valuea did not have aubstanlal
backing. Continued torrid weathor and the
absence of rain moreover were somewhat
offset by the possibility that storms from
the northwest or from the gulf would
penetrate the corn belt, and would afford
at least parlal relief from the danger from
crop damage. Besides, the trade showed
considerable disposition to await the gov
ernment weather and crop reports duo
tomorrow, and not to risk exaggerating the
prospective curtalmen of yield.
Oats were swayed almost entirely by the
action of corn.
Trade In provisions waa only of a scat
Chicago, Aug. 8. Butter Unchanged.
Eggs Market higher: receipts. 16.397
cases; firsts, 8839c; ordinary firsts, 16 ti
aoo; ai rnarar, cases included, 36037o.
Potatoes Market lower: recelnts. 81 cars'
Virginia barrels, 64.764.90; Minnesota
Jiany onios, 2.15(gi2.25; Minnesota sacks,
$3.3002.35; Illinois Early Ohlos. 12.001,'
Poultry Alive, market unchanged.
Cash Prices Corn No. 2 yellow, nnmltinl;
No. 3 yellow, $ 1.70 1.7 7 ; No. 4 yellow, $1.03
Oats No. 8 white, 68C9c: standard,
Rye No. 2, $1.66 1.57. '
Barley 90 98c.
Timothy $6. 009.00.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, August 6. (U. S Bureau of
Markets. 1 Cattle RocelDts. 13.000 hind
Steers above 818.25 steady; a few loads of
prime heavy sold at $18.80, a new record;
other cattle slow to unevenly lower; calves,
60 cents higher. Beef cattle: good, choice
and prime, $17.00 18.00; common, $10.00&
17.00. Butcher stock: Lows ana neners.
$7.00016-00: canners and cutters. $6 Oufe
7.00. Stockers and feeders: Good, cholco
and fancy, $10.00 13.00; Inferior, common
and medium. $7.60igilo.oo. veal caives,
good and choice, $16.60017 21.
Hogs Receipts, 22,000 head. Market
about 10 to 16 cents lower than yesterday's
average; closing quotations; Butchers,
319.00(8113. 66; light, 318.30CH9 66; packing.
$17.80018.86; rough, 817.6017.90; bulk of
sales, $18.10011.6; pigs, good and choice,
$17.75018.50. , ,
Eheep and Lambs. Receipts, 13,000 head
Market ateadv to strons. some higher In
spots. Lambs: Choice and prime, 317.60
18.10; medium and good, $16 6017.50;
culls, $12.0014 00. Ewes: Choice and
prime, $13.25013. o; meoium aim tu,
$11.0013.25; cullr, $4.009.50.
Kansas City Mve Stock.
v . in Aur. 6. Cattle ffe-
celpts, 28,000 head, 800 southerns; market
strong, 25s lower. Prime fed stoers, $17.26
018.26; dressed beef steers, jiz.suiqvk.uu;
....... tin 0fu? 15.001 southern
steers. $7.5016.00: cows, $5.0O11.6O; heif
ers, $7.6013.60; stockers ana ieetiers, i.ov
18.50; bulls, $6.009.50; calves, $0.r.0
11.00. , .
u. n..in to (inn head: market
steady. Bulk, $19.0019.60; heavy, $19 25
019.65; packers and butcners, sis.iomi
19.55; light, $19.00Ol0; pigs, $16.50
lh..n n.fni 1 000 head: market
strong. Lambs, 315.00017.30; yearlings,
311.00016.00; wethers, i.utttn.ou; ewes,
$8.00018.00; stockers and feeders, $6,000
8. ouls Live Stock.
St. Louis. Aug. 6. Cattle Receipts, 7.200
head; market steady. Native beef steers.
$11.60018.25; yearlings, steers and helferi,
$9.6011.60; cows, 37.50O12. 50; stockers
and feeders, $8.60012 00; fair to prime
southern beef steers, 10. 00 17.70 ; beef
cows and heifers, $7.6016.00; native calves.
Hogs Receipts, 9,000 head: market
steady. Lights, $18.4619.76; pigs, $18.25
T 19.00; mixed and butchers, $19.30019.70:
good heavy, $19.60019.65; bulk, $19,400
19.65. Sheep Receipts, 8,400 head; market
steady. Lambs, $14.00017.00; ewes, $11.00-
O12.00; canners and choppers, $8.0009-00.
London, Aug. 6. Bar Silver 43 18-16d
Money 1 per cent.
Discount Rates Short bills, 1 17-11 psr
cent; three month bills, 1 17-31 per cent
Nsw Tork, Aug. 4. Cotton goods market
steady and qulst Tarns also war quiet.
There was little new offered In wool goods
market. Iioeal tllk trad wa c,uls(.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Business Improves nd Broad
ens, but Market Reflects
Uncertain Mood of Pro
New York. Aug. 6. The stock market to
day reflected the more uncertain mood of
professional operators, yesterday's late ad
vance being partly cancelled.
Trailers apparently deemed tt advisable
to adopt a more conservative course In view
of the notice Issued by the local federal
reserve bank urging financial Institutions
to conserve credits.
On the surface this was without mate
rial effect, money rates holding at recent
quotations It was generally believed,
however, that time funds soon may be en
tirely withdrawn from the market, for
other than productive purposes.
Business was broader and mors active
than on the previous day, but noteworthy
movements were again restricted to spe
cialties. I'nltcd Stntes Steel made Its best price
at tho opening, repeating Its recent maxi
mum of no. but reacting at 1 points,
with only a nominal rally
Independent steel and the active equip
ments lost 1 to 1 points, shippings about
as much and oils about 1 point. Transpor
tations played no part In the day'a dealings,
Ths bond market was mixed, Internation
als showing a stronger trend, while domes
tio shares eased Irregularly. Total sales,
par value, aggregated $6,625,000. Old U. S.
Issues were unchanged on call.
Sales. High. Low. Bid.
Am. Beet Sugar
Am. Can 1,300 47 46 46
Am. Car Foun'y 800 84 84 84
Am, Locomotive .. 200 66 66 66
Am. Smelt. A Ref. 1.200 78 78 77
Am. Sugar Ref. 110
Am. Tel. Tel. .. 1,000 93 91 81
Am. 7... L. 8. .. 300 18 18 18
Anaconda Copper . 1,500 66 66 66
Atchison 100 86 86 86
Bait. A Ohio 1,000 63 63 63
Butte A Sup. Cop.. 600 17 37 17
Cal. Petroleum ... 800 18 11 1$
Canadian Paclflo . 800 163 153 161
Central Leather ... 400 67 87 $7
Ches. Ohio 66
C, M. A St. P. ... 4,400 44 48 43
Chicago A N, W. 93
C, R. I. A P. ctfs 13
Chlno Copper 800 39 31 89
Colo. Fuel A Iron. 600 46 48 46
Corn Prod. Ref. .. 3.300 44 43 43
Crucible Steel ... 1,100 66 66 66
Cuba Cane Sugar . 8,700 31 80 30
Distillers' Securities 6,700 68 87 83
Erie 400 14 14 14
General Electrlo 148
General Motors ... 4,100 157 161 156
Ot. Nor. pfd 100 80 30 80
at. Nor. Or ctfs. . 900 81 81 31
Illinois Central 16
Inspiration Copper 1,900 62 63 (3
Int. Mer. Mar. pfd. 6,600 88 16 87
Internat'l Nickel . 1,100 30 30 80
Internat'l Paper 86
K. C. Southern ... 100 17 17 17
Kennenott Copper. 800 34 83 83
Louisville A Nash. 118
Maxwell Motors .. 300 37 17 16
Mex. Petroleum ... 15,900 103 101 101
Miami Copper .... 300 38 18 18
Missouri Paclflo .. 800 11 18 18
Montana Power 67
Nevada Copper ... 300 10 10 10
New York Central 71
N. Y N. H. A H.. 600 40 11 89
Norfolk A Western 600 103 108 103
Northern Paclflo 67
Paclflo Mall , 1$
Pennsylvania 800 44 43 48
Pittsburgh Coal 81
Ray Consol. Copper 38
Reading 1,100 86 87 87
Rep. Iron A Steel . 1,(00 $3 11 81
Shattuck Arts Cop 18
Southern Paclflo . 1,300 84 84 86
Southern Railway. 200 11 13 11
Studebaker Corp. . 6,000 44 44 44
Texas Co 600 168 161 161
Union Psclflo ... 1,000 121 110 110
U. S. Ind. Alcohol. 1.600 128 127 127
IT. S. Steel 86,200 110 108 109
U. S. Steel pfd. ... 300 110 110 110
Utah Copper 61
Wabash pfd. "B" 18
Western Union , 76
Westlnghouse Eleo. 1,900 41 41 41
Beth. Steel "B" ... 8.800 83 83 83
Total sales for the day, 145,000 shares.
New York Money.
New York, Aug. 6. Mercantile Paper
Sterling Demand, $4.76.46; sables,
Francs Demand, $6.70; cables. 88.83.
Guilders Demand, 61a- cables, 61 0.
Bar Silver and Mezlcaa Dollar Un
changed. Time Loans Strong; unchanged.
Call Money Strong; high, 1 ' psr oent;
low, 6 psr cent; ruling rats, $ per sent;
closing bid, 6 per cent; offered at $ per
cont; last loan, 6 per cent
U. 8. 2s, reg .. 98 Hi. Cent ref 4s 77
do coupon .. 98 Int M. M. 6s., 96
U, S. 3s, rrg ., 99K. C. So. ref 6s 78
do coupon .. 99L. A N. un. 4s 83
V. S. Lib. 3s 99.98M K A T 1st 4s 61
U. S. 4s, reg ,.106Mo. Pao. gen. 4s 68
do coupon ,.106Mont. Power 6s. 89
Am. For. Sec. 5s 87 N. Y. C. deb 6s. 93
Am. T. A T. c 5s 86 Nor. Pao. 4s... 80
Anglo-French 6s 93Nor. Pao. 8a... 69
Arm. A Co. 4s 810. S. L. ref 4s 81
Atchison gen. 4s 80Pac. T. A T. 6s 87
B. A O. cv 4s 77 Penn. con. 4s. 94
B, Steel ref 6s 96 Penn. gen. 4s. 86
Cent. Leather 6s 93Readlng gen. 4s. 83
Cent. l'ac. 1st.. 77S L A S F a 6a 67
C. A O. cv 6s 81 'So. Pao. cv 6a 90
C B A Q J. 4s 93So. Railway 6s.. 89
C M A H P 0 4a 7Tex. A l'ao. 1st 83
C R 1 A P ref 4s 67 Union Pao. 4s... 86
C. & H. ref 4s. 72 U. 8. Rubber 6a 80
I). 4 It. J. r r.s 63 U. S. Steel 6s. 98
l of C. 6s ('3D 89Wabash 1st .... 90
l'.rlo gen. 4s .. 6SFrench gov. 6 S 90
Gon. Klee. 6s. 98 B!d.
Gt. Nor. 1st 4s 86
New York Coffee.
New York, Aug. 6. The market for coffee
futures made a steadier showing today.
Uffiixr tl!r!a nrlrn in Ttrnztl nrnhnhlv
tended to restrict offerings, while there
wss a moaeruie aemana lor me near
months from the trade, presumably to
cover hedges against recent scattering sales
In the spot market. The market closed at
u net advance of 10 to 13 points, with Sep.
tomber selling up from 8.26 to 8.35c and
December from 8.60 to 8.86c; September,
8.36c; October, 8 45c; December, 8.66c; Jan
uary, 8.27c; March, 8.87o; May, 3.01c; July,
Spot Coffee Qulst; Rio 7s, 8o; Santos
4s, 11 c.
The official cables reported an advanoe
of 76 rels in the Rio market.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruit.
New York, Aug. 6. Evaporated Apples
Quiet; state, 13016o.
Prunes Firm; Callfornlaa, 8016o; Ors
gons, 12 lie.
Apricots Firm; choice, 16c; extra choice,
lS?4o; fancy. lO'tC
Peaches Dull; standard, 1212c;
choice, 12iftl3e; fancy, 1414c.
Raisins Firm; loose muscatel, 9c; choice
to fanry seeded, 10 Ollc; seedless, 9
11 c; London layers, 32.00.
New York General.
New York. Aug. 6. Flour Steady ;
springs. $11.30011.50; winters, $10.80011-60;
Kansas, $11. 25S 11.40.
Wheat Steady; No. 2 red, $2.84 track.
New York export to arrive.
Corn Spot, firm: fresh shelled No. 1 yet
low, 8197; No. 3 yellow $1.87 cost and
freight New York.
Uats Spot, easy; standard, 82 0 83o.
Lard Easy; middle west, $26.60026.70.
Tallow Firmer; city special loose, 18 c
Other articles unchanged.
New York, Aug. 6. Butter Firm; re
ceipts 12,953 tubs; creamery higher than
extras 45 046c; others unchanged.
Kggs Irregular, but unchanged.
Cheese Firm and unchanged.
Live Poultry Firm and unchanged.
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
315 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
New York Cotton.
New York. Aug. 6. Cotton made a fur
ther advance ot some 87 to 33 per bale
today, with all active months making new
high records for the season. Ootober was
relatively strong, selling up to from 27.77
to 29.50c, . 163 points above yesterday's
close The general Hat closed steady at a
net advance of 137 to 143 points.
New York, Aug. 6. Cotton futures open
ed steady; October, 2S.10o to 17.88c: Decem
ber, 27.45 to 27.69c; January, 27.45c; March,
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 8. Turpentine1
Steady, 540; reoelpts, 509 bbls. ; shipments,
22 bbls.; stock 27.6t7 bbls.
Rosin Firm; sales, 897 casks; receipts 1,920
casks; shipments, 448 casks; stock, 80,317
casks. Quote: B, D, B, 810.30: r, 110.40
10.50: I. S10.S0iail0.60: K, 11.0511.10; M
811.25; N, 311.50; WG, 311.88; WW, 31160
13.00; O. II, 810.50.
New Tork, Aug. 6. Sugar Raw. centri
fugal and srauulattd. unohange
IN II C.
Chief of Detectives Briggs
Files No Complaint Against
Man Who Seli. Valu
Fred Smith of Deming, N. M., ar
rested in Omaha a short time ago and
released when no complaint was filed
against him by Chief of Police Briggs
is proving elusive to Kansas City ; o
lice. It is alleged he participated in .
a burglary in Kaw, Kan.
Smith was arrested here after he
had disposed of a five-carat diamond
to the Brodkey Jewelry company fo
$300. The sale was investigated by
the pawn shop inspector who made
Smith was examined by the chief
of detectives, who was familiar with
Deming, and was released on his own
recognizance. He appeared in police .. .. ..
court the next day and was released
when no complaint was filed against
Several policemen allege thrl Smith
on a former visit to Omaha engaged ;
in a battle with them when they at
tempted to arrest him and that he vas
then wearing an army uniform. Kan
sas City police were conducting the
search for Smith when he was re
leased. Complaint Made by Lawyer
Against Justice Leeder
Attorney Barrett filed a complaint
Tuesday with the county commis
sioners against Edward Leeder, jus
tice of the peace in Florence, asking '.
that he be required to appear and
justify his bond. The matter was
referred to the county attorney for
Barrett stated that before Florence :'
was made a part of Omaha Leeder
had been a justice of the peace for '
the district outside the city. His term '
had expired, and about a year ago he
had been appointed by the commis
sioners as a justice for the Florence '
No bond could be found in the rec
ords, it was stated, except one made '
four years ago when he was elected.
The basis of the complaint was the
assertion that Mr. Leeder was being
used by a collection firm in the city
as a means of oppressing large num-'
bers of laboring men against whom
it secured claims.
Shortage of Fruits and
Vegetables Closes Dryers
Omaha's community dryers will not
be put to use this season. Hot winds
have beat the drying plants to it.
"The dryers are now in storage," "
said R. R. Hastings, chairman of the
conservation committee of the Com- '
mercial club. "Early in the year
cards were sent out to the patrons of '
I the various schools asking if they .-'L
were interested in using the plants ;
and very few responded.''
1ms is a bad year for vegetable,
drying," said J. VV. Ihms, government
expert in gardening stationed in Oma- 1
ha. 'The hot winds finished the vege- '
tables early in the season. Fruit suit- '
able for drying did not do well, eith- "
er. Those who put up fruit or vege
tables earlier in the year are lucky. ,
The government is planning to requi
sition 60 per cent of the product of .
the commercial canneries, which w.ill
cause a shortage on the market
Canning Clubs Will Hold
City Championship Trials ..
Two canning teams, one composed
of white and one of negro children,. '
will represent Omaha at the-state" '
fair, according to J. W.lhms, govern- .
ment gardening expert.
Elimination work has now begun at s
the various schools to decide whieli :
team of canners shall represent each
school in the big city contest which "v
will be held the latter pr.rt of August.
at which time the state fair teams wilr-
oe picked, ' t
The white children have been
working all summer under the direc- -t:on
of Miss Sarah Canfield and the.
negro children under Mr Ruth. Wal-'v
lace. Prizes will be given to the whi
ning teams and to the winning in--dividuals.
Street Car Company Picnic v
Will Be Held at Manawa.-
Employes of the Omaha & Council
Bluffs Street Railway company ; will
enjoy their 14th annual picnic on Sat, v
urday, August 17.
Liberty picnic is the title which
has been given the annual outing this
year and it will be strictly a patriotic;,
event. For prizes for winners of the '
various contests which will be held i
war savings and thrift stamps will be
given. The company has donated -:
more than $200 for this purpose.- "
Fifteen special cars will carry the;-
picnickers from Omaha to Manayia r
?ark, wheree the event will be staged,
t is estimated more than 1,500 em-?
ployes and their families will attend.--.
New Tork, Aug. 8. Metals Lead, un ,
changed. Spelter, firm; East St. Louis loJ - i,
livery, spot, 88.108.20. "
At London Copper, spot, 122: electroly-.
tic, 137; ttn, 399; lead, 22 10s; spelter, -54.
Minneapolis Grain. - '-
Minneapolis, Aug. 6. Corn No. 3 yetlof,
Oats No. 3 white. 6970c.
Barley 93c $1. 09. .
Kansas City Grain. .. -
Kansas City, Aug. 6. Corn August,
11.60; September, fl.tzH. -"V
Duluth. Aug. 6. Trd Arrive. 84. J9:
1116 -1118 -Douglas, Sir
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